Monday, November 23, 2015 3:30 PM ~ 5:00 PM ET

Acceleration Strategies Virtual Institute. An overarching goal of TAACCCT is that programs will accelerate learning and credential attainment for TAA-eligible workers and other un- and under-employed adults. Is your program gearing up to tackle this goal?


Or are you ready to take a deeper dive into implementation strategies, breaking through current challenges and learning from peers? Then this Virtual Institute is for you! At the following sessions staff and faculty will learn about the acceleration strategies being implemented by TAACCCT programs, hear from subject matter experts in the field and engage in discussions about challenges and breakthroughs.

Full publication title: Implementing Effective Acceleration Strategies: Accelerating On-Ramps for Underprepared Learners: New Models for Developmental Education and Adult Basic Education 11-23-15


Cheryl Martin, TAACCCT Program Manager, U.S. Department of Labor, Employment and Training Administration


Barbara Endel, Senior Project Manager, Jobs for the Future

John Kerr, Director of Basic Education for Adults, Washington State Board for Community & Technical Colleges

Martha Drysdale, Mississippi Delta

Lara Couturier, Director, Postsecondary State Policy Jobs for the Future

Marilyn Smith, Grants Coordinator, Colorado Community College System